Television stations required to provide info on political campaign ad buys
July 1, 2014
A new Federal Communications Commission law goes into effect today requiring all television stations to make political campaign advertising data available on their websites. The law expands the FCC's previous directive that only required television stations in the top 50 markets to provide online information about who purchases broadcast time for political advertisements.
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